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Counseling Saved Our Marriage

When my wife and I first married, it was with the intent that it would last forever. About six years into the marriage, we found ourselves facing some pretty serious problems. Neither of us knew if the marriage would continue, or even if we wanted to stay married. Fortunately, we found a counselor who helped us make sense of what was a very confusing time. Bit by bit, we were able to get a handle on what was happening and figure out a way to resolve those problems together. Without the help of that counselor, I doubt we would be together today. If you are leery of seeking counseling, let me put your mind at rest. The right therapy will help you find the answers you seek and make it possible to move forward. Stay with me and I'll share a little of what I learned along the way.

Counseling Saved Our Marriage


Trying The Amicable Approach? 4 Situations When Family Mediation Might Not Be In Your Best Interest

If you've tried everything you can to make your marriage work, and it's still failing, it might be time to consider divorce. Unfortunately, divorces can be stressful on all the parties involved. Family mediation is a way to avoid some of that stress. Through mediation, you and your spouse will work with a family lawyer to come to a settlement that you can both agree to. In most cases, family mediation will result in a divorce agreement that doesn't require courtroom intervention.